The Magnum Premium 48 Low Step is a folding electric bike powered by a fifth generation German engineered electric system. It’s a powerful 48v, 13ah battery with a 500 watt motor folding bike that will get you places fast.
The folding frame has a low step to easily mount and dismount the e-bike. There is also a high step version available as well. This bike has radial spokeless wheels (or mag wheels) with a wide gel saddle for maximum comfort and reliability. The heavy-duty frame and mag wheels make it a strong bike for heavier riders.
There is a large display with 6 levels of pedal assist and a throttle. And, it comes stocked with a rear carrier, front and rear lights and stylish, padded leather grips. It also comes in black or white frame colors. This is a great bike to take with you everywhere. Just fold it up in your trunk or SUV, put it in the RV or stow it on the boat. You’re good to go everywhere.
Motor: 8 Fun Rear-Mounted Geared Hub, 500 watt
Battery: Samsung 18650 – 48 volt, 13 ah (624 wh) – Lithium Nickel Cobalt Manganese (Li-NCM)
Estimated Charge Time / Estimated Range: 6 hrs / 25 to 55 miles
Display Type / Readouts: Fixed Backlit Monochrome LCD / Power (Current), Battery Level (6 Bars), Speed, Assist Level (0-6), Odometer, Trip Distance, Trip Time
Drive Modes: Cadence Sensing Pedal Assist, Trigger Throttle
Top Speed: 28 mph (20 mph throttle only)
Total Weight/ Battery Weight: 55 lbs / 10 lbs
Frame Type: High Step / Folding
Frame Material: 6061 Aluminum Alloy
Stem: Tool-Free Adjustable Height
Brakes: Tektro Front and Rear Mechanical Disc with 180 mm Front Rotor and 160 mm Rear Rotor, Tektro Levers with Motor Inhibitor
Grips / Saddle: Faux Leather / Selle Royal Wide Gel Comfort
Stem / Handlebar: Tool-Free Adjustable Height (Three Locking Positions) / Folding, Flat
Seatpost / Seatpost Diameter: Promax / 27.2 mm
Tires: CST 20, 26″ x 2.15″ / 26 in (66.04 cm ) / Kevlar Lined, Reflective Sidewall Stripe / Schrader Valve
Folded Dimensions: 14 x 33 x 33″
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